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Space Shuttle Columbia Memorial Site

On February 1, 2003, the Space Shuttle Columbia was returning home after a successful mission when it disintegrated over Texas. All seven crew members were killed. Ten years later, their legacy lives on. This memorial site was created to honor and remember the astronauts who bravely served their countries – on Earth and from hundreds of miles above.
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The Space Shuttle Columbia Memorial Site includes obituaries and Guest Books from the Legacy.com network of newspaper and funeral home affiliates.

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